Hotel Parque 97 Suites

Address: Calle 97 No 19-15, Bogota, Colombia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Chapinero area of Bogota, is near Mount Monserrate, 93 Park (Parque de la 93), Centro Andino, and Torre Colpatria.
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      Bumbling around Bogotá

      A travel blog entry by nomadzo on Sep 03, 2014

      5 photos

      ... br>
      On day 2, we visit the supposed '8th Wonder of the World', or 'Colombia's 1st Wonder of the World', ot was it 'Zipaquira's Only Wonder of the World'...?! Pah, who knows, anyway, we go to Zipaquira's famous underground salt cathedral in one of the world's largest salt mines. It's a sight to behold and worth the 4-5 hour round bus trip from Bogota (obviously the bus drivers would decide to protest the day we go!). Off to a good ...

      Gold, Salt, Soccer, and Buses

      A travel blog entry by srarrasmith on Aug 12, 2014

      3 comments, 7 photos

      ... a shoe. In another game, a player who had just shown up sent a ball over the 15 foot wall next to the court into a closed store's backyard. He was hoisted over to fetch the ball. I don't know how he got back over, but he did and the game continued. Once, at last, we lost, we said our farewells and headed back to the hostel to get Angel. We were all dead tired and starving at that point. The four of us got a giant pizza and demolished it.

      The ...

      Colombia, Mi Amor.

      A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle on May 20, 2014

      49 photos

      ... and it is not uncommon to find marriages that were not arranged, but the Kogi also disapprove of breaking arranged marriages. Common crops of trade are sugar and coffee. Much of the sugar is turned into "panela," a type of Colombian hardened brown sugar. The women do most of the planting of the vegetables, but farming is a responsibility of the whole family.

      Contemporary Kogi:

      The Kogi people live largely in peace with their environment. They use ...

      The Colombia and Panama adventure

      A travel blog entry by guustravels on May 15, 2014

      1 comment, 35 photos

      ... follow a river in which you can cool off every now and then.
      After the Lost City trip the 3 students from Bogotá invited me to come with them to Palomino, a tourist/hippy town at the sea where they had constructed ecological before, so I joined them for 1 night.
      Then on Saturday the 12th of April I went to Santa Marta where I stayed for a few nights again. Santa Marta reminded me somehow a bit of Angola. Its bayside looks a bit as the bayside in some Angolan towns I have been ...

      Columbia Wrap Up.

      A travel blog entry by itsgotime on Nov 26, 2013

      ... Medellin, Bogota has many bus lines as well. We never took the bus but encountered other travellers who did. Just like any big city, don't keep anything in your pocket you don't want to donate.

      Fashion/Shopping - This could be a big draw for Americans. They have the same brands as at home, but often for much less money. Leather goods are particularly cheap. So for you shoe & purse obsessed types...
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